Wojciech Szczesny has claimed that the Arsenal coaching set-up is lacking in comparison to what he has endured since moving to Italy.
Wojciech Szczesny has claimed that he left Arsenal in order to join Juventus because of their ‘winning mindset’.
The Gunners have failed to win a league title since the Invincibles year in 2004, and you could argue that the club have failed to do enough to challenge the big spenders in order to mount a serious challenge, but it still hurts to hear one of our former players admit to it…
Arsenal are strongly linked with the sales of both Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina this summer, but who should replace them?
The Gunners played out last season with Petr Cech as our main goalkeeper, and with the Colombian used as backup, as well as in the Champions League and a majority of cup competitions. We also had Emiliano Martinez in the squad as the third option.
Wojciech Szczesny is claimed to have agreed terms over a move to Napoli this summer, with a fee still needed to be agreed with Arsenal.
The Polish international has spent the past two seasons on loan with Roma in Serie A, and has been enjoying playing as the club’s first-choice.
David Ospina is open to joining Fenerbahce this summer, but what would that mean for Arsenal’s other goalkeepers?
The Colombian shot-stopper has been linked with the exit door since the arrival of Petr Cech back in the summer of 2015, and after two years of playing as back-up to the former Chelsea star, is believed to be eager to leave in search of regular football.
Wojciech Szczesny is set to return to Roma this summer if he completes his medical tomorrow.
The Polish international goalkeeper is set to re-join the Italian giants on an initial loan deal, with Roma having the option to buy him for £13.4 Million come the end of the season.
Arsenal have agreed a fee to send to Wojciech Szczesny back to Roma for the coming season, with an option to buy.
The Polish international has been outside Arsene Wenger’s first-team plans since losing his place to David Ospina in January 2015, and fell further down the pecking order when Petr Cech was signed from Chelsea in the following summer.
He may have been the target of much criticism from the Arsenal fans and football media in general for a nightmare game in the Champions League against Olympiacos, but David Ospina bounced back well and ended last season having regained the respect and admiration of Gooners everywhere.